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21.36+0.29 (+1.38%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

22.32 +0.95 (4.45%)
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  • R
    Ross
    The amount of money governments of the World are going to throw at Green energy is ectimated to be staggering 30 trillion dollars in the next 10 years. .At least BP recognize that and are adjusting.
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    Edgar
    HSBC predict this, Barclay's predict that. Goldman say this. Citi say that. So called analysts have as much of a clue as Dianne Abbott. Fact is they all talk their own books, in order to achieve the best price for them. Fact is BP IS undervalued. In my opinion by 75% Recommended buy
    Bullish
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    barry
    This is great for my retirement account! I also added some xom! I will be eating steak more often next year!
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    $30 is my end of year target. Great buy w/high yield to boot.
  • N
    NickR
    Once FDA approves vaccine this is going to fly high.
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    The Critic
    Wouldn't this be great if this ended up $31.00 by the end of the year.
  • T
    The Critic
    will this ever see $25 again?
  • D
    Desmond
    Will BP reach $40 by end 2021?
  • B
    Brotie
    When will I see 45.00 again?
  • E
    Ed
    TODAY BOUGHT LOTS OF , BP, RDSA=
    HEAVYLY DISCOUNTED=CRUDE WILL LIFT THE
    WORLD FROM VIRUS RECESSION=
    THE ONLY GOOD BUYS IN THE WORLD
    STOCK MARKET....CRUDE IS VIRUS PROOF....
    THE PPS IS EXECELLENT.....=PERHAPS NEVER AGAIN
    THE SALES ARE MOST LIKELY OVER FOREVER=CRUDE COMPANIES
    ARE LOSING $$$$=MY GAIN...HAVE BEEN OUT OF MARKET FOR
    SOME TIME NOW AND PPS GOOD AND ENTERED...
  • J
    Jimmy Da Saint
    Well end the year strong!
  • G
    Griff
    Barclays predict stocks like BP could rally more that 50% next year.

    “ Barclays’ biggest overweight stock for 2021 is oil major BP, for which it sees 63.7% upside potential, followed by Dutch bank ABN Amro with 50.6% and British telecoms company BT Group with 47.2%.”
  • G
    Greg
    I think this is the last month BP will have to pay for the oil spill years ago. This will mean the money they spent on the clean up will go back to the bottom line. I'm not sure on this though but the end is coming for the dept,
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    Jimmy Da Saint
    Roll out plan for vaccine starts next week, then descends by age group, to people with pre-existing health conditions, to 50 & up, etc... Estimated 200 million will be vaccinated by end of month!

    Travel, Bars & Reataurants will all be business as usual starting next month!

    Huge Development!
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    Tyrone
    I’m milking T, Tesla and CGC to throw money back on BP. Selling them in the morning for 5% gains and throwing it all on BP and AMCX
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    barry
    I am retired and I am buying bp and exxon. If exxon cuts their divy by 50% they will have the money to start going green, and still have a great divy! Bp cut their divy by 50% and they are doing fine! These companies did not have to do secondaries like the airlines and cruise operators and will bounce back strong!
    Bullish
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    Adam Smoltz
    To me BP stock trade is a no brained for 5 reasons.

    1. Gas is still essential need around the globe.
    2. Oil has been hit the hardest this year.
    3. Oil has been the strongest gain past month.
    4. Tech. Sector is falling fast and overbought by bulls.
    5. Money is returning to Travel, Casinos, Booking, Cruises, Retails, and Restaurants and all has to do with Oil.
    Bullish
  • S
    Surya
    Dry Powder is ready to buy 30k BP shares! As soon as OPEC+ meeting give positive news! Production steady is what I am looking!
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    Jahan
    Crude oil demand is likely to rebound next year following the promising news about a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, according to Fitch Ratings.

    In its latest Global Commodities Strategy report, the ratings agency noted the strong chances of a Covid-19 vaccine getting emergency approval soon as a major factor for the recovery in global oil demand.

    Fitch also noted plans by OPEC+ to extend its oil production control deal at current restriction levels. Initial plans by the cartel called for a cut of some 7.7 million bpd until the end of 2020, followed by a relaxation of the restrictions by about 2 million bpd beginning in January 2021.
    - Charles Kennedy
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    Jimmy Da Saint
    You can tell. This thing is like a coiled spring! It wants to go much higher!